Himalaya, roof of the world, is a magic place where the magnificence of
the world's highest mountains is mirrored in the rugged beauty and
unique culture of the people who live in their shadow.
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Parks & Sanctuaries in Himalayas
National Parks & Sanctuaries in Himalayas
bio-diversity always brings out a kind of mystique, that's impossible to
find anywhere else in the world. Corbett National Park, based at Ramnagar,
250-kms northeast of Delhi and 63-kms southwest of Nainital, is one of India's
premier wildlife reserves. Established in 1936 by Jim Corbett among others,
as the Hailey National Park, India's first, and later renamed in his
honour, it is one of Himalayan India's last expanses of wilderness.
the dazzling high ridges, glaciers, deep gorges, alpine meadows and valleys
with closed virgin forests, the Great Himalayan National Park with an
altitudinal variation from 1,300m to 6,100m in Kullu district is one of the
best destinations for Himalayan flora and fauna lovers. Supporting a diverse
Himalayan wildlife of over 300 species of birds and over 30 species of
mammals, this region was declared a national park in 1984.
tiger reserve in Changlang district of Arunachal Pradesh is spread in an
area of 1,850-sq-kms rugged terrain. Perhaps no other national park in the
world has a wider altitudinal variation than the Namdapha national park that
rises from 200m to 4,500m in the snow-capped mountain. This variation has
given rise to the growth of diverse habitats of flora and fauna.
Chitwan National Park, established in 1973, provides a great wildlife
experience with its rich flora and fauna. The wildlife and the landscape are
not as breathtaking as those found in Africa but still, the experience will
stand out. Short grass makes the months of February-May the best
game-viewing season, but the autumn months are perfect for visiting, with
Himalayan views, and in winter months of December-January, Chitwan has quiet
a pleasant climate compared to Kathmandu.
Bardia National Park is the largest and most undisturbed wild area of the
Terai region of the Nepal Himalayas. Simialar to Chitwan park, but with a
drier climate and a more remote location, Bardia encompasses 1,000-sq-kms of
riverine grassland and sal forests.